The HTC Desire C has been talked about in louder-than-whispered tones for the last few weeks, and has finally been made official.
The news doesn't come from HTC directly though, as T-Mobile has jumped the gun and sent out a media alert to state it will be getting the new phone on its books.
The handset has no specs attached as yet, but will be coming at a very reasonable £15.50 per month (or £170 if you're more PAYG-minded).
From what we've heard so far, the phone will be packing a 3.5-inch display, 600MHz processor, 5MP camera and 4GB of internal storage (with no word on a microSD card slot).
It's also going to be coming rocking Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and Beats Audio branding – so that paltry processor aside, it's looking like a fairly decent handset for the money.
Update: We've now got a video of the thing, and confirmation of the above specs - see the new budget handset in action:
The HTC Desire C release date has been set for June, so it's not long to wait now – especially if you've not got many pennies to rub together but just HAVE to have a better phone for the summer.
We're waiting for more information from HTC, so we'll give you a full run down when we get it.
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